Effective Feb. 1, Angel Medical Center is joining the other Mission Health System home health and hospice agencies to form a more integrated, efficient program to meet patient and caregiver needs.
The combined agencies will operate under CarePartners, the Mission Health affiliate for post-acute care. Services to patients will not change.
Clinical and administrative personnel will remain the same and will operate in the community under the name Angel Home Care and Hospice. As a partner with CarePartners, Angel will be better able to manage important medical information, enhance home health and hospice care, and share experiences and expertise between the home care providers.
“This is purely an administrative change. Home care and hospice patients in Macon County will continue to be cared for by the same dedicated local staff that has served this community for more than 20 years,” said Jim Bross, president and CEO of Angel Medical Center. “Our personnel and services are not changing and patients will continue to receive the exceptional care that they have come to expect from us.”
Angel Medical Center and CarePartners both have a long-standing reputation for providing exceptional patient care, every day, throughout Western North Carolina.